The Cultural Center of the Philippines is a performing arts venue that feature major productions and events that showcase the diverse Filipino culture. CCP is located along Roxas Boulevard, Manila.
The Museum of the Filipino People serves as a repository of the Philippines’ natural and cultural heritage. Located next to Rizal Park, it takes visiting guests to a journey into the nation’s rich history. It has three different structures: the house of natural sciences which was formerly the Old Congress Building; house of the arts; and support services. The former Ministry of Finance building is the home of the Anthropology and Archeology Divisions. Its exhibit covers the vast subjects of Anthropology, Geology, Botany, Zoology, and the Arts. It also houses a planetarium where visitors can learn about the wonders of the universe, its stars, and planets.
The National Museum of the Philippines safeguards the rich elements that make up the colourful heritage of the Philippines. It promotes awareness and nationalism through its exhibits on culture, education, and the sciences.